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  1. Andrew William Dunn BSC is a British cinematographer, best known for his collaborations with Robert Altman, Nicholas Hytner, Lee Daniels and Mick Jackson. He is the recipient of three BAFTA Awards, a British Society of Cinematographers Award and an Evening Standard British Film Award.

    • Cinematographer
  2. www.imdb.com › name › nm0242491Andrew Dunn - IMDb

    Cinematographer: The United States vs. Billie Holiday. British Cinematographer Andrew Dunn BSC, winner of multiple BAFTA Awards. His body of work includes nearly sixty feature Length films, in addition twenty five dramas for Television.

    • London, England, UK
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  3. Overview. Born. London, England, UK. Birth name. Andrew William Dunn. Height. 5′ 10″ (1.78 m) Mini Bio. British Cinematographer Andrew Dunn BSC, winner of multiple BAFTA Awards. His body of work includes nearly sixty feature Length films, in addition twenty five dramas for Television.

  4. www.imdb.com › name › nm0242492Andrew Dunn - IMDb

    Andrew Dunn. Actor: How to Kill Monsters. He was born in Leeds on the 12 April 1957, and moved with his parents Ken, a telephone engineer, and Maureen, a solicitor's secretary to North Shields on 1st April 1966, where he was educated at Whitehouse Primary School, Marden High School, where he got involved in school musical productions and Tynemouth Sixth Form College where he was in the O level ...

    • January 1, 1
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    • Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, UK
  5. British Cinematographer Andrew Dunn BSC, winner of multiple BAFTA Awards. His body of work includes nearly sixty feature Length films, in addition twenty five dramas for Television.

  6. Andrew Dunn BSC: “I love filming actors and I love character driven stories, so to my mind the camera also becomes a character in the story.” (Credit: Ben Blackall/Focus Features) “It’s like the use of establishing shots of the Starship Enterprise,” he says, “You’re seeing this capsule, or this grand house, in the wider countryside and the effect on the audience is comforting and ...

  7. Dunn described long, complex takes which were tricky both technically and for the actors, but praised Day’s astonishing performance as Holiday. “I treat actors with a huge amount of respect.